Police made numerous arrests and deployed tear gas to disperse protesters, saying they used 'minimum force'.
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Transport unions have led the protests, joined by indigenous groups, students and other unions.
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Indonesian chief security minister Wiranto will fly to the region to 'bring a sense of empathy and peace.'
Several cities in the area were brought to a standstill after businesses and the local parliament building were set ablaze by angry demonstrators.
About half of a 500-inmate prison in Sorong city fled their cells when the prison was set ablaze by angry protesters.
Minor scuffles broke out between protesters and commuters as some grew frustrated over the train stoppage.
One gang set fire to a cell containing inmates from a rival gang.
They claim Tommy Thomas was in contempt of court over an affidavit affirmed by a DPP that said the fireman’s death was not caused by being beaten up.
Amnesty reports more protestors were beaten by the police during the protests.
How did a simple inquest into the death of a fireman become a complicated and potentially explosive affair?
The curbs has been criticise by opposition figures as being authoritarian.
The foreign minister says there are no plans to bring Malaysians home but the government is monitoring the situation.
Indonesian troops are on standby in Jakarta as a deadline for a presidential challenger to file an appeal for cheating in its recently Presidential elections is underway.
The police have found envelopes with cash on some of the rioters prompting allegations of paid mobs.
The move comes after the announcement of official election results which has caused civil unrest in Indonesia.
Hospitals are conducting post mortems to determine the cause of death.
Protests which started peacefully on Tuesday turned violent in the evening, forcing police to fire tear gas to disperse the crowd.
Authorities have arrested some 78 suspected rioters, including three described as Sinhala Buddhist extremists.
A second overnight curfew imposed nationwide ensured there was no repeat of Monday's violence.
A truth commission should be established to get the full story, and a memorial erected in memory of those who perished in the racial riots of 1969.
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